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Exciting PhD project on TGF-beta ligands as therapeutic targets in pancreatic cancer!!

9 Oct 2020
Written by Scott Wilcockson
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We are hiring a clinician for a PhD project to work on TGF-beta ligands as therapeutic targets in pancreatic cancer for the 2021 doctoral clinical fellows programme with Caroline Hill (primary supervisor, Crick) and Debashis Sarker (King's College London).

Interested in the relationship between cancer cells and their environment? Keen to work with mouse models and human samples?

See the links below for more information:

https://t.co/Qa4DIsD3X9?amp=1

https://t.co/LlbvHtjFKT?amp=1

And if you are interested apply before the 12th November 2020!

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